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This hotel offers panoramic views of the Mississippi River. Located in the downtown area, the perfect place for guests to walk around the neighborhood and explore on foot; within six blocks, you'll find downtown shopping, restaurants, Mark Twain Riverboat and the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum. There is banquet space for 75 people.
This hotel is 100 percent no-smoking.
These modern, fully-furnished cabins with a kitchen can sleep six people; we can accommodate larger groups with our special suites. We have an indoor pool; a seven-acre private fishing lake; two playgrounds; two pavilions; and a convenience and bait store.
We are located one-half mile from the boat ramp, marina and hiking trails at Mark Twain Lake; one-quarter mile from Rustic Oak Cabin Restaurant; and five miles from a public beach and water park.
This park, with its panoramic view of Hannibal and the Mississippi River, is reached by 244 stairs which begin at the north end of Main Street. At the bottom stands the bronze statue, sculpted in 1925, of Twain's most memorable and mischievous characters, Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, walking along the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. The top features a new interpretive panel on the history of the lighthouse.
We have 45 sites (15 pull-thru) with 30/50 amp hookups, water and sewer; tent sites, showers; laundry; arena campfire; firewood; Wi-Fi; cable; mini-golf; banquet room; pavilion; soft-serve ice cream; and propane refills.
We are located nine miles from the Mississippi River; 45 minutes from Mark Twain Lake.
The Dubach Inn is an 1871 Italianate located three blocks from Hannibal's historic Main Street.
We offer two, one-bedroom suites with private entrances, private balcony/patio, private sitting room and private bath. In addition, we have a two-bedroom suite, also with private sitting room and private bath.
Whether you're seeking a romantic getaway or are here to enjoy all Hannibal has to offer, we provide atmosphere, attention to detail and hospitality at an affordable rate.
A standard Econo Lodge, located at the intersection of Routes 36 and 61, within 10 minutes of many destinations, including Hannibal-LaGrange College; Mark Twain Riverboat; Mark Twain Cave and Campground; the Molly Brown Home; the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum and Sawyer's Creek. Mark Twain Lake is about 20 minutes away.
Hannibal is a history buff's dream. Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as writer Mark Twain, made his home there more than a century ago.
The campground offers 65 sites, all with electric hook-ups; paved parking; picnic tables and fire grills; playgrounds; a shower house; vault toilets; and a dump station. Equestrian campers will find shaded horse stalls with access to the Joanna Multi-Use Trail. Mark Twain Lake attracts fishermen, boaters, campers, and hunters.
This 1896 Queen Anne Victorian home was built by Albert Wells Pettibone, lumber baron of the day. Located on once known as "Millionaires Rowe," in the Central Park Historic District of Hannibal, the Garden House is but three blocks from downtown shopping, sightseeing, places of interest.
No need to drive. Seasonal gardens, river views, period furnishings, comfy feather beds, Wi-Fi and refreshing breakfast await each of our guests. One block away from the area's only International casual Fine Dining restaurant of LaBinnah Bistro, featuring European, American and Mediterranean cuisine, located in a 1870s Victorian home. Proudly Veteran owned and operated.
Victorian mansion on 40 acres with a gazebo, meadows, ponds, walking trails, llamas and wildlife. Eight guestrooms and three cottages for couples or families. Feather beds, whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, hot tubs, and a full breakfast.
These shows offer family entertainment and live country music. Every week, there is a different special guest. Located north of Florida, Mo., on Route 107. Shows are on the first, third and fifth Saturdays of every month. Tickets are $8; those younger than 10 are admitted free. Open year-round.
Hannibal was the boyhood home of Mark Twain, and the author's spirit is alive and well at a variety of attractions around the city. You can visit places such as the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum, explore Mark Twain Cave and Cameron Cave, journey to the top of Cardiff Hill (like Tom and Huck did), take a riverboat ride on the Mississippi River or spend time shopping the city's unique retailers, including several located in the downtown area.
For everyone visiting Hannibal, the adventures of Mark Twain’s days are alive and well. Start with a tour of the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum. Continue in his footsteps as you explore the Mark Twain Cave Complex; find out where he got his pen name as you take a cruise on the Mark Twain Riverboat; enjoy a night of entertainment at one of Hannibal’s live theaters; take in a classic movie at the Star Theatre; visit historic homes, or spend time browsing in the Historic Downtown. We invite you to come to Hannibal and Write Your Own Story!
The Hannibal Inn and Conference Center is conveniently located just three miles from historic downtown Hannibal, on the south side of town coming from St. Louis on Route 61.
It is an ideal spot for travelers to stop and stay while exploring the numerous attractions in Hannibal’s historic district surrounding Mark Twain’s boyhood home, or if you are just passing through town.
This is an Official Missouri Welcome Center where you will find tourism brochures, maps and highway information. The staff is very knowledgeable about the area and the state. They will answer tourism-related questions; give you driving directions to attractions and areas you wish to visit; and offer suggestions on what to see and do throughout Missouri. The center offers a nice place for a break from driving.
Enjoy Hannibal on a specialized group tour offered by Historic Hannibal Tours. Options for groups include historic tours as well as haunted tours.
Walk the streets that young Samuel Clemens roamed; hear stories from Hannibal's frontier days to its amazing growth as a center of commerce. Lumber, railroads, pork packing, mining, and the wealth of the Gilded Age are all just portions of Hannibal's fascinating past.
Step-on tours for groups are available.
Totally renovated in 2009, this hotel features 74 rooms: two queen, king executive or rooms with a kitchenette. Amenities include a heated, indoor pool with hot tub, fitness room and laundry facilities. Adjoining rooms and rooms on completely non-smoking floors are available at check-in.
This campground is at the Indian Creek Recreation Area at Mark Twain Lake. It includes: public boat ramp; group camp; day-use area; and the campground. There are 190 campsites; 20 primitive hike-in campsites; showers; restrooms; playgrounds; a fish-cleaning station; a boat ramp; beach; hiking trails.
The group camp provides 25 electric campsites, 12 tent sites, a group shelter, restrooms, shower and playground. The day-use area offers a group shelter, picnic sites and playground.
Full-service marina with boat rentals: pontoons, jon boats, ski boats and personal watercraft. We have a convenience store and a restaurant. Certified mechanics. Mercruiser authorized service center. Serving Mark Twain Lake. Service center is open year-round.
Our 3,500 square foot red barn includes four guestrooms, a main gathering area for relaxing around the television and fireplace, and a reading library. The facility includes gas grills, a fire pit, a picnic table, a bench swing, a badminton court net and a horseshoe pit.
Located on two acres, next to the Lick Creek. Hiking and horse trails follow the shoreline of the Mark Twain Lake.
A full breakfast is served. Snacks and beverages are available anytime.
See our website for details and rates.
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American, European and Mediterranean influences are all but a part of the casual, fine-dining adventure at the area's only international restaurant, LaBinnah Bistro. Located three blocks from downtown, one block from the 1896 Queen Anne Garden House Bed and Breakfast, in the historic Central Park District of Hannibal.
LaBinnah Bistro continues to lead the culinary innovation by embracing international flavors and preparations, converting these into contemporary dishes that elevate the dining experience with delicious combinations, unusual cooking techniques, and preparations of what some might consider exotic selections previously left off the plate. LaBinnah Bistro...at your service.
The explosion in product type was necessary to meet the needs of a more sophisticated guest and set apart our Bistro from its competition. Sophisticated, yes...expensive, no. Relax in an 'unhurried atmosphere' where dining is applauded and appreciated.
Proudly Veteran owned and operated.
Reservations are appreciated.
We offer a country setting on five acres and feature three guestrooms with private baths. A full breakfast is served. Electric hook-up for boats. We are two miles from Mark Twain State Park and its boat ramps, beach and hiking trails; three miles from Florida, birthplace of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain).
Located in a building that was a working bordello until the 1950s, Lula Belle's has been converted into a romantic bed & breakfast inn. The six guestrooms feature heart-shaped jetted bathtubs, queen-sized beds and views of the Mississippi River.
A full breakfast is served in Lula Belle's Restaurant, located on the main floor (see separate listing).
Renovated bank building features three guestrooms with private baths and jetted tubs. Enjoy a getaway to The Arts and Crafts Suite, The Safari Suite or the Renaissance Suite. Mark Twain visited this building on his last visit to Hannibal in 1903.
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Time with Twain
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